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Sitting for an extended period is linked with obesity, type 2 diabetes, and an increased risk of death from heart disease and cancer.
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Injecting physical activity into your working day could reduce some of the health risks that are elevated by being sedentary.
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Exercise offers a whole host of benefits to health and well-being. Cardiovascular exercises aim to get your heart rate up and increase blood circulation.
Walking is a great way to get active...
Resistance and strength exercises can help strengthen your muscles. This is usually done on the spot and will not make you out of breath like cardio exercises.
Instead of using tools like weights or resistance bands, you can use tins of baked beans or bags of rice.
Strength and flexibility routines help balance, will reduce joint pain, and reduce the risk of falls.
Yoga, pilates, and tai chi are examples of flexibility exercises.
Our habits have the power to enable us, most of the time, to live a more organized life. However, we might find it quite challenging when it comes to establishing new habits, as they require...
When trying to build new habits, be specific by thinking about ways to measure the evolution of your action: set clear targets that can help you, when the deadline previously decided on approaches, to evaluate your progress.
When picking up a new habit, think it well through: take into account the possible inconveniences as well as the most attractive advantages.
Remember that sometimes it might get harder to keep to the habit, but eventually, you are doing it for a good cause that is related directly to yourself.
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